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President

Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry
 
Background

Employment History

  • Vice President for Internal Affairs
    Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • President
    Industry
  • President
    MBCCI
  • Chairman
    MBCCI
  • Chairman
    Bacolod City LP
  • President
    Bacolod City LP
  • President
    Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce
  • Vice President for Internal Affairs
    Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce

Education

  • MSMEs
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MBCCI president Frank ...
visayandailystar.com, 24 Sept 2014 [cached]
MBCCI president Frank Carbon, also said his group came out with a position paper supporting the purchase agreement, and said that even the national government is trying to encourage the establishment of more power plants to anticipate the impending power crisis starting next year.
Sun.Star Bacolod - Army captures 5 rebel fighters
www.sunstar.com.ph, 1 Jan 2006 [cached]
Meanwhile, Frank Carbon, vice president for internal affairs of the Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI), said that the recent encounter in Calatrava has worried investors.
Carbon said the investors are now "very wary" because of the clash.
"I've explained to them that the military and the police are doing extra measures to secure the province from any atrocities.I told them that the situation is manageable," said Carbon.
Carbon said that the bombing of the New Bacolod (Silay) Airport in Barangay Bagtic, Silay City, should not happen again as it will hamper investors from coming to the province.
"The police and military should maintain their alertness at all cause in order to preempt possible attack," said Carbon.
On the other hand, Western Visayas Police Director Geary Barias assured Negrenses particularly the residents of Calatrava of police protection.
He said they have maintained their red alert status after the bombing incident in Mindanao.
"We have enough police personnel and military forces to augment the peace and order campaign in the whole Region 6.The chiefs of police from all cities and towns in this region are closely coordinating with their respective local chief executives," he added.
Metro Bacolod Chamber of ...
visayandailystar.com, 25 Sept 2014 [cached]
Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Frank Carbon, had said earlier, that the business sector in Bacolod is endorsing the proposed purchase of power supply by Ceneco from Energreen which will ensure stable and reliable power supply in Bacolod and neighboring cities.
Carbon said no new investor will come in if the city has no steady and reliable power supply.*CGS
MBCCI Chairman Frank ...
visayandailystar.com, 9 Oct 2014 [cached]
MBCCI Chairman Frank Carbon said yesterday that the congress on the theme "Strengthening the industry through high value crops development and organic farming" will focus on the alleviation of poverty through a high value crop development program and organic farming.
A tri-partite team of Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Department of Agriculture and the Office of the Provincial Agriculturist met Tuesday on the congress that is aimed at improving the farmers' lives in the rural area by introducing alternative crops of higher value, he said.
He said the congress will educate members on organic farming and its added value to the market.
The congress will also encourage the private sector to develop and invest in a profitable vegetable industry, a serious and bigger market for the farmers produce for sustainability of their livelihood, he added.
MBCCI president Frank ...
www.sunstar.com.ph, 2 July 2014 [cached]
MBCCI president Frank Carbon said that overall, he gives the Puentevella administration a score of 7 to 8 out of 10.
He said they have seen a remarkable result in the traffic management with the installation of traffic lights at intersections, and the regular maintenance of old traffic lights.
Traffic enforcers are visible and more of them are now deployed, he added.
"These are very basic and doable things but it means a lot to the public and motorists," he said.
Carbon said the garbage collection has also been given the needed attention.
"It is not that perfect but at least the indiscriminate throwing of garbage in the streets was minimized," he added.
Carbon also mentioned that cleanliness and sanitation in public markets should be continuously done because this is the "kitchen of Bacolod," adding that many still go to public markets because the prices are cheaper.
"The City Government should continue to do good on this aspect," he said.
Regarding the processing of business permits, Carbon said that although the procedure has been improved and the processing time has been reduced, the business sector still wants to see more improvement.
"This will entice other business operators to legitimize their operation once the processing of the business permit will be fast and convenient to the applicant," he said.
Carbon added: "These suggestions can be applied next year by the administration."
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